Ines Tang

Walking down the familiar corridors and into classrooms that I have spent countless hours in, the academic grind and emotional challenge that they once represented has melted away into nothing but the sweet memories of my childhood- spent in this very space chatting to friends, learning together, and most importantly, growing up together.

For the last 12 years, ISF has been my second home. I feel extremely thankful to have studied in a safe space where I am provided with countless of support and opportunities. Perhaps the biggest lesson I’ve taken away from ISF isn’t any math theorems or grammar rules, but how I uphold my dreams and beliefs, and the positive, inspiring energy that I want to continue surrounding myself with in the future.

The end of my days at ISF is a mark of something even much more challenging, and it has been a privilege to be able to hold onto and share memories that will last a lifetime.